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Hi! I'm very new to CSS and have been working on editing a website for work. I've managed to add a dropdown filter list (according to to W3 tutorial - https://www.w3schools.com/howto/howto_js_filter_dropdown.asp), and format it accordingly. However, I am having problems with the width. I have set the dropbtn to 100vw, so that it blends in to an existing header on the screen. It is overhanging on any screen with a scroll bar, and any existing fixes I've found don't work. I'm not sure that I am putting them in the right place though. I'd be hugely grateful if someone could suggest a solution and
Hello, I'm a total novice to HTML and am currently working on a really basic page: The user inputs a name into a form, and then based on their input, the page displays a series of images. Each character of the name corresponds to a different image output. My initial idea for this was to store the value of each character of the name into an array, and then sequentially output the corresponding images. However, I can't seem to find a way to store the input into an array, let alone one character at a time. Any help would be much appreciated!
Hello again! The last thing I am attempting to do for my 1st website is add a custom form that I made via https://coveloping.com/tools/html5-responsive-form-generator I was able to figure out how to get it to appear on my page however I didn't see an option in the builder to select which email the form should send to. I am assuming this will go into the HTML section and not the CSS section? +54 Karma points if you can assist me x) May The 4th Be With You.